Tag: Positive Psychology

  Chris Mackey on 3CR’s Brainwaves program

Chris appeared on 3CR’s Brainwaves program on October 30, 2019. On the program, they talk about the new edition of Chris’s book The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity: Enhance Your Mental Health With The Power of Coincidence, as well as his involvement with Channel 9’s TV Show Destination Happiness. This episode of brainwaves does mention the… Read more »

  Chris Mackey on Saturday Night with Dr Sally Cockburn – 3AW

Chris featured on 3AW’s ‘Saturday Night’ program with Dr Sally Cockburn on October 26. The discussion revolved around Chris’s new book, The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity and the interview went for half an hour.

  Shared Courage

This article relates to the great work being done by Foundation 61 with members of the community who are recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. It follows a session spent with Foundation 61 residents for the TV wellbeing show, Destination Happiness.

  Synchronicity with Libbi Gorr on ABC 774

Libbi Gorr interviews Chris Mackey, clinical psychologist, about his new book, The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity before callers ring in to describe their meaningful coincidences. Recorded on ABC 774 radio Melbourne on 22/09/19.

  Cats Can Rebound

An article about the Geelong Cats need to apply an optimistic, or growth, mindset to combat their recent poor run of form in finals.


This article sums up the main themes of The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity and plans for the book launch at Watkins Books in London.

  The Many Health Benefits of Spirituality

Many people enjoy physical and mental health benefits from acknowledging a spiritual dimension in life. This does not just mean being religious. Whereas around 60% of Australians in the 2016 census identified with having a Christian (52%) or non-Christian (8%) faith, many others would no doubt describe themselves as being spiritual but not religious. This… Read more »

  That’s the Spirit

Acknowledging a spiritual dimension to life is something that is important to many people, even those who don’t identify religious. This article examines the relationship between spirituality and well-being and reminds us that it’s important to celebrate our own private or public acknowledgement of our beliefs.

  Healthy Minds

Recognising ADHD helps to not only understand the difficulties associated with it, which can be quite disruptive, but also to appreciate its advantages.

  Strength in You

Strength in You Could a simple half-hour exercise help you flourish? This article makes the case for taking the character strengths survey in order to improve your sense of self-worth and well-being. The character strengths survey is available through the VIA Institute on character and takes roughly 15 minutes to complete. You will then be… Read more »